On the 20th of March 2020, the Vernal Equinox took place in the Northern Hemisphere. That’s the moment when winter officially ended and spring began.
When you go outside and see more sunlight flickering between the leaves of foliage and notice flowers blooming in the garden, it can be a shame to then return to the house and see a much gloomier space. It’s like your house, unlike the garden, hasn’t got the memo about spring arriving…
The festive period is long gone, and January is almost over, which can mean only one thing: Spring is around the corner.
I don’t know about you, but I’m sick of dull, drab and dismal winter days. The gloomy grey weather and baron landscapes are starting to take their toll. Sadly, spring is still a couple of months away. We have weeks to wait before the temperature rises, the sun starts streaming through our windows and we’re hit by a visual cacophony of colourful flowers.